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MEDICINAL CANNABIS2779956/10/2017 2:09:57 PM1920 - MEDICINAL CANNABIS Acknowledges that many people experience chronic and severe pain Recognises the benefits of medicinal cannabis in alleviating pain and suffering for many people without the negative side effects associated with opioids Calls on the Government to fast-track access to medicinal cannabis and ensure those who need it can access it in a timely and cost-effective manner https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/noticeprofileshtmlFalseaspxNotice Tracking
Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 20175390063/11/2017 12:22:48 PMStatus: Negatived, 2R negatived on division, Thu 10 Aug 2017 Long Title: An Act to provide for the medicinal use of cannabis; to amend the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 and the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act 1966; and for other purposes Initially introduced in the Legislative Assembly 2R Speech LC Not available at this stage See Legislation Review Digest No.4 of 2017 for an examination 71https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/bills/Pages/ProfileshtmlFalseaspxBill
4053 - Health - MEDICINAL CANNABIS2241287/04/2016 5:51:50 AMWith regard to the provision of medicinal cannabis to those in chronic pain, what has been the outcome of discussions with the Commonwealth to resolve legal impediments former NSW Premier wrote to the Prime Minister seeking assistance in progressing proposals for a Medicinal Cannabis Trial in New South Wales, and in December of that year the Special Minister of State 14https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lc/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
Medicinal Cannabis (Compassionate Access) Bill 201815159613/02/2018 5:20:16 AMStatus: In Legislative Council, 2R, Debate adjourned 5 calendar days, Thu 15 Feb 2018 Long Title: An Act to provide for the medicinal use of cannabis; to amend the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 and the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act 1966; and for other purposes Initially introduced in the Legislative Council 2R Speech LA Not available at this stage 2R Speech LC Second Reading Speech LC 445https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/bills/Pages/ProfileshtmlFalseaspxBill
MEDICINAL CANNABIS TRIALS23684028/04/2016 8:05:11 PM602 - MEDICINAL CANNABIS TRIALS the Federal Government will amend the Narcotics Drugs Act to permit controlled cultivation of cannabis and create a Department of Health licensing system to ensure cultivation meets international Notes Hunter researchers conducting medicinal cannabis trials to test whether medicinal cannabis alleviates symptoms of chronic pain Urges the Minister for Health to https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/noticeprofileshtmlFalseaspxNotice Tracking
5013 - MEDICINAL CANNABIS40860918/04/2017 12:48:46 AMadvise whether there are any implications for state policy with the use of medicinal cannabis following the recent announcement by the Commonwealth Minister for Health, the Honourable Greg Hunt MP, that certain cannabis products will be allowed to be imported and warehoused in Australia 6https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
7633 - ACCESS TO THE MEDICINAL CANNABIS TRIALS15724710/04/2018 8:56:42 AMHas the Government delayed access to medicinal cannabis under the Government's medicinal cannabis trials How many patients have been able to gain access to medicinal cannabis in New South Wales Patients have also accessed S8 cannabis medicines prescribed through the special access scheme or authorised prescriber schemes, as well as through clinical trials funded through other avenues for https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
5411 - MEDICINAL CANNABIS COMPASSIONATE USE SCHEME53332919/06/2017 8:32:52 AMHaylen, Jo to the Attorney General How many New South Wales residents are currently registered as participants in the Medicinal Cannabis Compassionate Use Scheme What is being done to ensure a safe and adequate supply of cannabinoids for the use of those registered on the scheme As at 10 May 2017, there were 268 patients and 479 carers registered as participants https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
PUBLIC HEALTH (MEDICINAL CANNABIS) BILL52229617/07/2017 1:13:10 AMTabled Paper Not available at this stage Tabled By/Received From Foley, Luke https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/tabledpaperprofileshtmlFalseaspxTabled Paper
5968 - MEDICINAL CANNABIS COMPASSIONATE USE SCHEME53707531/07/2017 2:31:48 AMWhat is being done to ensure a safe and adequate supply of cannabinoids for the use of those registered in the Medicinal Cannabis Compassionate Use Scheme The Medicinal Cannabis Compassionate Use Scheme was established to extend compassionate access to adults with a terminal illness 75https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
3314 - Health - THERAPEUTIC TRIAL OF MEDICINAL CANNABIS2317536/04/2016 11:29:49 PMRhiannon, Lee to the Minister for Health, Minister for the Central Coast, and Vice Is the Minister aware of the commitment made by former Health Minister Reba Meagher in May 2008 to hold a therapeutic trial of medicinal cannabis in New South Wales Has the Minister sought and gained permission from the Federal Health Minister to import and trial a drug which delivers cannabis compounds 18https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lc/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
5009 - USE OF MEDICINAL CANNABIS AND FEAR OF PROSECUTION40978718/04/2017 12:14:59 AMThe Government established the Medicinal Cannabis Compassionate Use Scheme to extend compassion to adults with a terminal illness circumstances in which to use their discretion not to charge adults with terminal illness who use cannabis and⁄or cannabis products to alleviate their symptoms, as well as carers who assist them 10https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
Medicinal Cannabis (Compassionate Access) Bill 201857257819/03/2018 11:55:24 PMDocument tabled Not available at this stage Tabled By/Received From Searle, Mr7https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lc/papers/Pages/tabledpaperprofileshtmlFalseaspxTabled Paper
First Print56175922/02/2017 5:27:46 PMby regulations 6 Part 4 Protection from criminal liability 9 Authorisations for registered medicinal users and registered carers 7 Part 5 Offences 10 Cannabis not to be administered in public place 8 11 Limit on amount of cannabis that may be possessed 8Page 2 Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 277https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/bill/files/3370pdfFalsepdfPublic Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2017Fifty-Sixth Parliament, First Session (56-1)FOLEY, Luke Aquinas L. A.Bills DocumentNSDEXZTYTW35-431438744-15493
2R Public56175810/03/2017 12:23:32 PMPROOF 9 March 2017 PUBLIC HEALTH (MEDICINAL CANNABIS) BILL 2017 First Reading Bill introduced on motion by Mr Luke Foley, read a first time and printed It is defined as "cannabis leaf, cannabis oil, cannabis resin; a preparation, admixture, extract of other substance containing any proportion of cannabis leaf, oil or resin; or a substance declared by the regulations to be cannabis 22https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/bill/files/3370pdfFalsepdfPublic Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2017Fifty-Sixth Parliament, First Session (56-1)FOLEY, Luke Aquinas L. A.Bills DocumentNSDEXZTYTW35-431438744-8893
3687 - CANNABIS TRIAL2919027/04/2016 9:51:00 AMThe Government has consulted foreign governments which have medicinal cannabis schemes and late last year the Premier wrote to the Prime Minister with proposals for either importing or cultivating medicinal cannabis for a New South Wales trial As a result we have now commenced discussions with the Commonwealth Government on how to progress a Medicinal Cannabis Trial 3https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
Digest No. 50 - 6 March 20186021036/03/2018 2:21:35 PMPARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES Legislation Review Committee New South Wales Parliamentary Library cataloguing-in-publication data Legislation Review Committee Digest; No. 50 of 56 The motto of the coat of arms for the state of New South Wales is “Orta recens quam pura nites It is written in Latin and means “newly risen, how brightly you shine LEGISLATION REVIEW COMMITTEE ii DIGEST 50/56 Membership 518https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/digests/617pdfFalsepdfFamily Impact Commission Bill 2015;Family Impact Commission Bill 2018Committee Digest Document
XN Public5617609/03/2017 10:52:04 AMPage 3 Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2017 [NSW] Explanatory note Schedule 1 Amendment of Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 No 226 Schedule 2 Amendment of Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act 1966 No 31 The Schedules make consequential amendments to protect registered medicinal users and registered carers and those acting under authorities under the regulations from criminal 7https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/bill/files/3370pdfFalsepdfPublic Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2017Fifty-Sixth Parliament, First Session (56-1)FOLEY, Luke Aquinas L. A.Bills DocumentNSDEXZTYTW35-431438744-8892
0054 ADLRF85667115/02/2013 2:51:58 PMconsidering and approving for a period applications from NSW doctors; (iii) supplies of plant cannabis purchased from the Netherlands government be provided to patients by pharmacists where a valid prescription has been issued; (iv) some subsidy may be needed as many patients approved for medicinal cannabis are likely to be unable to afford paying the full costs of their medicine; and (v) an https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/35444pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
3489 - MEDICAL CANNABIS84020929/07/2016 8:59:36 AMWhat is the Government doing to ensure there is sufficient cannabis and cannabinoid products available for the trial of medicinal cannabis to be effective The NSW Government has committed $21 million in the area of medicinal cannabis research and innovation 11https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
MEDICAL CANNABIS ACCESS86111014/09/2018 3:33:43 PM2905 - MEDICAL CANNABIS ACCESS Applauds the Government for the recent measures which improve access to medicinal cannabis by introducing a single application process enables a focus on the world-leading clinical trials under the Government's $21 million invested into medicinal cannabis and as a result New South Wales will have one of the quickest pipelines to https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/noticeprofileshtmlFalseaspxNotice Tracking
0028 HEMP Party Australia85672220/02/2013 10:02:34 AMlegislation. Drugs Misuse and Trafficking Act (New South Wales) Amendment (Medicinal Cannabis) Act 2010................ 31Factors to be Considered in Regulating the Supply of Medicinal Cannabis in NSW. 3/35 Introduction In the years since the last inquiry into medicinal cannabis in NSW, in 2004, the nature of the cannabis law 3https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/42022pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
Medical Cannabis Programs: A Review of Selected Jurisdictions491996/04/2016 3:46:55 AMThis chapter also outlines the Commonwealth requirements that New South Wales would have to meet if marijuana or cannabis medicines were to be imported from overseas The Office of Medicinal Cannabis in the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, licenses selected companies to grow cannabis on its behalf under strict conditions, and retains responsibility for distributing the product to 7791https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/researchpapers/Pages/Forms/viewPub.aspxhtmlFalseaspxPublication
0095_Alcohol_and_other_Drugs_Council_of_Australia_(ADCA)[1]85667522/02/2013 4:05:13 PMIn his Southern Cross University PhD thesis Legalisation of medicinal cannabis in New South Wales (2010) Graham Irvine observes that although ‘there had been attempts by state parliamentarians to ban or restrict the legal use of cannabis as medicine going back to the 1900s, medicinal cannabis remained legal in New South Wales until the passage of the Police Offences Amendment (Drugs) Act 1954 https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/35577pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
Review of Hemp Industry Act 2008.pdf23492612/05/2016 4:10:53 PMThe scope of the review also recognises the strong community interest in medicinal cannabis, which sits outside the scope of the legislation, and is likely to be managed through a separate legislative of the Hemp Industry Act The NSW Government is giving careful consideration to what allowing the growth of medicinal cannabis means for NSW and what opportunities it may present for local industry 722https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/DBAssets/tabledpaper/webAttachments/68103pdfFalsepdfTabled Paper Document
Medical cannabis, Issues Backgrounder June 2014.pdf5155019/06/2014 2:23:58 PM“I told him about the Haslam family from Tamworth and the heartbreaking circumstances facing 24 year old Dan Haslam who has terminal cancer and his use of cannabis for medicinal purposes do so but through the Haslam family and my own research, I have a greater understanding of how cannabis can be used to alleviate the severe and distressing symptoms suffered by those who are dying and 6693https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/researchpapers/Documents/medical-cannabispdfFalsepdfPublication Document
Ms Moore from certain citizens requesting legislative change to legalise the medicinal use of cannabis2723694/04/2016 5:42:21 AMPetition Not available at this stage 3https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/tabledpaperprofileshtmlFalseaspxTabled Paper
0087 Professor Macciza Macpherson85670414/03/2013 10:55:32 AM1.(b) If and how Cannabis should be supplied for medical use: The most important question is not ‘if’ Cannabis should be supplied for medical use – that question has already been settled in the affirmative by scientific research across the world and further evidenced by the availability of medicinal Cannabis preparations in many forms throughout most of the Western world I believe in the US a https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/39585pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
0033a_Name_suppressed[1]85675726/02/2013 10:49:50 AMrequires to be filled out and sent in. This should help you by showing you what professionally made medicinal cannabis forms look like so you have a guide for your state if you move forward with this Additionally I have also included a 6 page overview of how the Canadian system for medicinal cannabis works and what it's mistakes have been so you have the opportunity to learn from our mistakes https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/47206pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
4435 - NATIONAL CANNABIS PREVENTION AND INFORMATION CENTRE8755523/12/2016 2:55:16 AMHaylen, Jo to the Minister for Mental Health, Minister for Medical Research What funding has the Government provided to the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre since its inception in 2007 The Australian Government funds the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC The work of the NCPIC does not relate to the Government's medicinal cannabis research activities 13https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
Transcript - 11 March 2013 - Corrected6431758/05/2013 4:00:26 PMIn providing that advice the medicinal use of cannabis never emerged as an issue from that clinical network that needed to be included in that advice to the Government was that while there is evidence, it is not sufficiently robust at this stage for the network to consider the medicinal use of cannabis for pain management as a critical area of activity or priority https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/transcripts/597pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Transcript Document
Systems copy medicalcannabis.pdf5155317/08/2004 4:30:40 PMThe Office of Medicinal Cannabis in the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, licenses selected companies to grow cannabis on its behalf under strict conditions, and retains responsibility for distributing the product to Canada (pages 25-32): The Canadian Government began granting permits to individuals in 1999 to possess and cultivate cannabis for medicinal purposes 5378https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/researchpapers/Documents/medical-cannabis-programs-a-review-of-selected-jpdfFalsepdfPublication Document
Digest No. 33 - 28 March 201760207628/03/2017 2:03:52 PMPARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES Legislation Review Committee New South Wales Parliamentary Library cataloguing-in-publication data Legislation Review Committee Digest; No. 33 of 56 The motto of the coat of arms for the state of New South Wales is “Orta recens quam pura nites It is written in Latin and means “newly risen, how brightly you shine LEGISLATION REVIEW COMMITTEE ii DIGEST 33/56 Membership 40https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/digests/600pdfFalsepdfCommittee Digest Document
0047 Andrew Ongley85675414/02/2013 2:40:21 PMcannabis consumers, medicinal or otherwise doing far more harm to the individual and to society also needs to be addressed because the health and well being of the recreational, religious, cultural, spiritual and social cannabis consumer is of equal importance to the medicinal consumer of cannabis who is undergoing chemotherapy or is epileptic or has AIDS, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/46938pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
0122_Industrial_Hemp_Association_NSW[1]8567231/03/2013 2:32:46 PM1                  Submission The use of Cannabis for Medical Purposes The Industrial Hemp Association NSW (Inc)    Industrial Hemp crops are the ideal source of Cannabidiol (CBD) rich medicinal  hemp extracts because CBD‐rich extracts have the same efficacy as the THC  varieties without Further, unlike alcohol and tobacco, no  organ associated damage has been attributed to cannabis https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/42255pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
0053 James Kingsbury85675222/02/2013 8:47:00 AMSubmission No 53 INQUIRY INTO USE OF CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES Name: Mr James Kingsbury Date received: 14/02/2013 Submission to the NSW Inquiry into the use of Cannabis for medical purposes I thank the Standing Committee for reviewing the medicinal Cannabis issues and have due respect for the committee members abilities to diligently consider the information provided and act with a https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/46754pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
Answers to Questions on Notice - The HEMP Party - received 2 April 20136474762/04/2013 12:49:03 PMWe remain at the service of in amendments to the Drugs Misuse and Trafficking Act declaring that a license to produce medicinal cannabis shall be a complete defence to cultivation and supply charges if undertaken in accord with the license stipulations, and, that a valid licence to cultivate medicinal cannabis shall be a license issued by a NSW government Authority, being the Health Department, in https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/other/9663pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Other Document
0088_Name_suppressed[1]85670528/02/2013 4:32:27 PMSubmission No 88 INQUIRY INTO USE OF CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES Name: Name suppressed Date received: 15/02/2013 cannabis that was free of any and all contaminants lab tested to ensure that it didn't have any fungal groWth or mold contamination, as well as it measured the amounts of THC (the psychoactive component) and CBDs (the medicinal compounds) present Safety is also a huge issue https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/39755pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
0043 Grant Webster85671313/02/2013 9:03:53 AMSubmission No 43 INQUIRY INTO USE OF CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES Name: Mr Grant Webster Date received: 13/02/2013 Medicinal cannabis should be legalised and regulated in NSW and Australia It might as well be legalised and regulated so these people can get properly cultivated medicinal cannabis and the government, rather than drug dealers, can generate revenue https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/40550pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
Legislative Council 2018-02-15 Medicinal Cannabis (Compassionate Access) Bill 201872221514/03/2018 5:57:36 AMof amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act on 24 February 2016 had opened the door for Australian patients and doctors to access a safe and legal as well as reliable supply of medicinal cannabis products Last year, many of those involved in the administration of medicinal cannabis regimes in other countries, including the Netherlands, Germany, Israel, and other places, met in Sydney at a conference http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/2018-02-15htmlFalsexmlMedicinal Cannabis (Compassionate Access) Bill 2018Fifty-Sixth Parliament, First Session (56-1)SEARLE, Adam A.BillsFirst Reading;Second Reading SpeechLegislative Council15/02/2018 12:00:00 AMTrueHansard ExtractHANSARD-1820781676-75425
0008 Name suppressed85678022/01/2013 9:40:11 AMI believe that there is already ample evidence confirming the medical benefits of cannabis so my preference is to cover the following points; 1. How cannabis may be supplied: 2. Likely issues: 3. Comment on the actual use / mode of access for medicinal cannabis: How medical cannabis may be supplied: I believe that the simplest way for medical cannabis to It would be reasonable to expect that https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/50689pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
Final Report - The use of cannnabis for medical pu60284414/05/2013 10:13:29 AM7  Safety 7  Side effects 8  Potential harm through prolonged use 8  Toxicity 10  History of cannabis use: from medical treatment to banned drug 10  Cannabis use in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries 10  Calls to introduce cannabis for medical use from late 1990s 10  NSW Working Party on the Use of Cannabis for While allowing the use of pharmaceutical cannabis products for medical 174https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/inquiries/1999pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Report Document
Hemp as fibre and food? Regulatory developments and current issues3977220/05/2016 3:27:40 PMOver the past few decades, moves in these countries towards decriminalisation of cannabis have occurred at the same time as increased recognition of the medicinal and industrial uses of cannabis early 20 th century hemp industry in NSW, about which little is known, ended with the listing of cannabis as a prohibited substance in 1935 and classification of cannabis as a noxious plant in 1938 6225https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/researchpapers/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfPublication Document
2192 - Health - GASTROSCHISIS IN NEW SOUTH WALES8763205/06/2018 8:12:48 AMIllicit cannabis production in NSW is a matter for NSW Police Medicinal cannabis production is regulated by the federal agency, the Office of Drug Control Ministry of Health is not aware of any published studies in medical and research literature regarding the relationship between cannabis usage and rates of fetal malformations in New South Wales https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lc/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
Legislative Assembly 2014-10-23 Medicinal Cannabis78354218/06/2016 2:24:56 PMI understand there are concerns that medicinal cannabis could increase use of the drug in the wider community because of the additional supply While Positive Life supports medicinal cannabis laws for the many HIV positive people using it to manage their condition, the organisation raises concerns that cannabis could interact with HIV medications and have negative impacts on mental health http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/2014-10-23htmlFalsexmlFifty-Fifth Parliament, Second Session (55-2)GREENWICH, Alexander Hart A.H.;SPEAKMAN, Mark Raymond M.R.Medicinal CannabisPrivate Members' StatementsSydney;CronullaParliamentary SecretaryLegislative Assembly23/10/2014 11:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-74292
Procedural Digest No 2 20173505906/04/2017 9:46:20 AMIt is produced at the end of On 9 March 2017 the Leader of the Opposition, Mr Luke Foley MP, introduced a Private Members’ Bill, the Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2017, into the Legislative Assembly The bill seeks to decriminalise the use and possession of cannabis for medical purposes, and to protect medicinal cannabis users and their carers from liability under the criminal laws of NSW 4112https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/proceduralpublications/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdfPublication Document
0121_Trisha_Ellis[1]85669728/02/2013 4:30:51 PMMedicinal drugs are open to abuse and legalising Cannabis will also encourage more abuse as per alcohol May I suggest we watch Israel closely with her cultivation projects of medicinal cannabis and other such countries, to determine if cannabis is a long term beneficial option for medicinal use and if importing or local cultivation is desirable or sustainable https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/38619pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
0061 Name suppressed85668914/03/2013 10:40:29 AMSubmission No 61 INQUIRY INTO USE OF CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES Name: Name suppressed Date received: 14/02/2013 Medical Cannabis in Australia I believe that medicinal grade cannabis is already being grown and used appropirately by many people At the moment cannabis is little more than a curse to the community, as if fuels the accent of petty criminals into well funded big criminals https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/37386pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document
6449 - ROADSIDE DRUG TESTING54794617/10/2017 8:39:41 AMHaylen, Jo to the Minister for Police, and Minister for Emergency Services Will a motorist be charged should they return a positive result for marijuana during a Roadside Drug Testing stop if they are also registered for the Medicinal Cannabis Compassionate Use Scheme People registered for the Medicinal Cannabis Compassionate Use Scheme are subject to the same drug driving laws as anyone else https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/papers/Pages/qaprofileshtmlFalseaspxQuestions And Answers Tracking
0015_Ms_Jakh_Heremia[1]85671225/01/2013 10:07:36 AMI wish to make a submission in this Enquiry regarding the efficacy of Medicinal Cannabis Anecdotal, Scientific and Historical evidence exists to verify the efficacy of Cannabinoids (Cannabis) in the treatment of myriads of Medical, disorders 18 States in America and 8 Countries currently have legislation for Medicinal Cannabis The Internet per Medicinal Cannabis has all this information - my source https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/40379pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett Chaher S.;MOSELMANE, Shaoquett S.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.Committee Submission Document